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Getting together to fight plant health problems

Dr Stephen Cavers represents the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) on Scotland’s new Plant Health Centre – he explains more about the centre’s background and aims...

Experts hear how new disease centre will work

More than 60 experts and stakeholders from the diverse worlds of forestry, horticulture, the environment and agriculture heard about the aims and aspirations of Scotland's new virtual Plant Health Centre.

Experts join forces at new virtual Plant Health Centre

Press and Journal Highlands and Islands edition reports on a virtual Plant Health Centre has been launched to tackle problems that previously have been worked on in many different sectors.

Scientists and experts team up at the new virtual Plant Health Centre

A new virtual Plant Health Centre has been launched to tackle problems that would previously have been worked on in many different sectors.

Centre plants a positive idea - THE SCOTSMAN

With the thousands of plant species in Scotland facing up to 1000 novel pests and diseases listed on the UK plant health risk register, there has never been a more crucial time to pool resources and bring scientists and stakeholders together to secure the health of the country's crops and natural flora.

Campaign branches out to protect UK's mighty oaks

Action Oak contributes to the Government’s 25-year Environment Plan by helping to protect the country's 121 million precious oak trees for future generations

Organisations join forces for Scotland’s Plant Health Centre

A new organisation looking at the issues affecting Scotland’s plant life has been officially launched.

More than 60 experts and stakeholders from the diverse worlds of forestry, horticulture, the environment and agriculture today (Tuesday) gathered at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh to hear about the aims and vision of a new virtual Plant Health Centre for Scotland.

Virtual plant health centre for scotland launches

More than 60 experts and stakeholders from forestry, horticulture, the environment and agriculture sectors gathered at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh to hear about a new virtual Plant Health Centre for Scotland.